Our team is built on individuals with various backgrounds in the criminal justice field.
Ms. Joyner supports CEPP’s Advancing Pretrial Policy and Research (APPR) initiative and the National Resource Center on Justice-Involved Women (NRCJIW). Throughout her career, Ms. Joyner has worked with various non-profit organizations, such as Ayuda and Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault, to provide operational, programmatic, and research support. Ms. Joyner has worked in a direct service capacity with at-risk and vulnerable girls in the foster care and juvenile justice systems. In addition, she previously worked with the Florida Commission on Offender Review (FCOR). At FCOR, she researched and analyzed data to detect criminality trends, and provided research, talking points, and background case information to the Vice-Chair to inform parole and probation decisions. Ms. Joyner holds a BA in journalism from Hampton University (Virginia) and a master’s degree in public administration and in science in criminology from Florida State University.